Why NDA grads are tops with employers

Did you hear? Notre Dame graduates have been rated as the best in WA and NSW by employers!

In a survey of more than 4,000 employers across Australia, Notre Dame graduates received an overall satisfaction rating of 92.7%, well above the national average of 80%.

What’s more, our graduates are the highest paid in both States, achieving a median salary of $62,000 in 2017.

Here's some of the reasons why Notre Dame grads are a hit with employers:

They're experienced

Interning during your degree is key to securing future work opportunities. Industry experience is often a highlight for many students and allows you to graduate with plenty of work experience, contacts and references to include in your CV!

I will start my new role with a criminal barrister as a Graduate Clerk in January. I used to be a volunteer there and now I have secured a paid role.

Law graduate, Joshua

They think for themselves

At Notre Dame, our Core Curriculum units in Philosophy, Theology and Ethics encourage you to think creatively and critically – to think BIG.

Whether you are interested in business, law, health or something else entirely, knowing how to reason, argue and communicate effectively gives you a competitive edge as you enter and engage in the workforce.

They've got the most out of their degree

As a deliberately smaller uni, you have easy access to lecturers who are both experts in their fields and know you by name. This is one of the reasons why our students have rated us the #1 uni in WA and NSW for 'Overall quality of educational experience' (qilt.edu.au).

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  • Overall quality
    of educational
    experience
    #1
    in Australia

  • Learner
    engagement
    #1
    in Perth
    & Sydney

  • Skills
    development
    #1
    in Perth
    & Sydney

  • Overall
    employer
    satisfaction
    #1
    in Perth
    & Sydney

Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning & Teaching - qilt.edu.au